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Does The Neighborhood One Is In Influence The Likelihood Of Bystander CPR?

A study carried out recently showed that there is a possibility the neighborhood one is in has an effect on whether one will get CPR or not from total strangers within the victim’s vicinity. This is what leads to the question of the likelihood of bystander CPR. Just as the name suggests, this form of CPR is the kind that is administered by someone who is on location and who can attend to the victim, it is i ...

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How to Save Choking Children: A First Aid Management

Choking is an emergency situation in infants, children, or adults because it may cause airway obstruction that could lead to cardiopulmonary arrest. A large piece of meat is most often the cause of choking in adults. For children, most especially ages 1 – 3, they are very susceptible because they may put anything inside their mouths, including coins, toys, etc. that could partially or totally occlude their ...

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How To Conduct CPR For Children

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation also known as CPR is a skill and technique that is of great significance among the human race. In millions of cases, CPR has helped saved many lives. Mostly applied to adults, CPR can also be used to save the lives of children too. However, most people stay away from the CPR for children as it requires more detailed to execute. Children by themselves are pretty delicate and the ...

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5 Reasons Why You Must Undergo CPR Training

Did you know that heart attack is one of the major causes of death in different parts of the world? The sad thing is that many of those who get to suffer these attacks outside of a hospital setup do not get to benefit from the life-saving technique known as cardiopulmonary resuscitation, abbreviated CPR. When performed on a patient, CPR techniques increase the chances of the patient’s survival. This is the ...

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Responsive Management of Stroke

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9SRb1B_GW4 The dangers about a stroke condition is the risk of brain cells dying owing to oxygen deprivation and the inability of the blood to flow smoothly to deliver nutrients to the brain cells and tissues. When this happens, the brain’s function is arrested and death may potentially result. Without a proper treatment, stroke can progress as a life threatening condition. ...

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Warning Signs of Endometrial Cancer

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bui70oHeR3I Endometrial cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting women. It affects the upper lining of the uterus, which is a pear shape, hollow organ in the pelvic area where the fetus grows and develops. The cancer is characterized by an abnormal uterine bleeding which helps in diagnosing the condition at its early stage. The cause of endometrial cancer is unknown, ...

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How To Do CPR For Infants In An Emergency

[caption id="attachment_930" align="alignright" width="300"] Infant CPR is not that different from adult CPR[/caption] Cardiopulmonary resuscitation also known as CPR during emergency is a skill and technique that is of great significance among the human race. In millions of cases, CPR has helped save many lives. Mostly applied to adults, CPR can also be used to save the lives of an infant too. However, mos ...

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Using Canadian CPR and First Aid to Lower Workplace Fatality

Because of the fact that Canada is considered as one of the most advanced countries when it comes to healthcare provisions and workplace safety, many people think that workplace fatality is not common in the country. However, research shows that Canada is actually not far behind when it comes to the list of countries with the most number of workplace-related deaths. This is why employers should highly consi ...

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Painful Urination

Painful urination is any pain, discomfort or burning sensation when passing urine or after urination. It is a quite common problem.The pain is not always felt where the urine exits the body, but it may also be felt inside the body, such as in the bladder, or prostate, or behind the pubic bone.Individuals who complain of painful urination are likely to complain of increase in urinary frequency. Painful urina ...

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First Aid Guide to Frostbite

Frostbite is the condition of the skin caused due to freezing of the skin when it is exposed to very cold temperatures. It often starts with mild symptoms and can eventually progress to a severe, limb-threatening condition. Frostbite is considered mild when it is either red or painful or is white and numb. In case of severe frostbite, there is blistering of the skin or occurrence of hardened skin due to fro ...

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